1970 Memorial Cup

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The 1970 Memorial Cup was the 52nd annual Memorial Cup competition, organized by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) to determine the champion of junior A ice hockey. It was a best of 7 series between the Montreal Jr. Canadiens of the Ontario Hockey Association and the Weyburn Red Wings of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League held at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec. Montreal won their 3rd Memorial Cup, defeating Weyburn 4 games to 0.


  • Game 1: Montreal 9-4 Weyburn
  • Game 2: Montreal 6-2 Weyburn
  • Game 3: Montreal 5-4 Weyburn
  • Game 4: Montreal 6-5 Weyburn

Winning roster[edit]

Paulin Bordeleau, Pierre Brind'amour, Michel Dion, John Garrett, Allan Globensky, Jocelyn Guevremont, Norm Gratton, Bobby Guindon, Serge Lajeunesse, Bobby Lalonde, Richard Lemieux, Richard Martin, Hartland Monahan, Claude Moreau, Gilbert Perreault, Ian Turnbull, Wayne Wood Coach: Roger Bedard[2]

National Playoff Tree[edit]

  Opening Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Memorial Cup
BC  Vernon 2  
Ssk  Weyburn 4  
  Alb  Red Deer 2  
    Ssk  Weyburn 4  
  Ssk  Weyburn 4  
Western Canada
  TB  Fort William 2  
  Man  Dauphin 2
    TB  Fort William 4  
  Ssk  Weyburn 0
  OHA  Montreal 4
  OHA  Montreal 4
    NO  Sault Ste. Marie 1  
  OHA  Montreal 3
Eastern Canada
  PQ  Quebec 0  
PQ  Quebec 3  
PQ  Port Alfred 0  
  PQ  Quebec 4
    Mar  Charlottetown 2  
Ott  Ottawa 1
Mar  Charlottetown 4  

Additional Interleague Playdowns[edit]

Charlottetown Islanders defeated Fredericton Chevies 3-games-to-1

Roll of League Champions[edit]